The baby name Beth-Gader is a unisex name, 3 syllables long and is pronounced "beth-ga-der".
Beth-Gader is Hebrew in Origin.
Beth-Gader is a biblical name that means "house of the wall" or "house of the enclosure". It is a compound name made up of two Hebrew words, "beth" meaning "house" and "gader" meaning "wall" or "enclosure". In the Old Testament, Beth-Gader was a town in the territory of Judah, located near the border of Edom. The name is mentioned in the book of Joshua and the book of Chronicles.
The name Beth-Gader is not commonly used as a given name in modern times. It is more commonly used as a place name or a surname. The pronunciation of Beth-Gader is "beth-ga-der" with the emphasis on the second syllable. The name is typically given to girls, although it can be used for boys as well.
The origin of the name Beth-Gader is Hebrew. It has a rich history and is mentioned in the Bible as a town in the territory of Judah. The name is a combination of two Hebrew words, "beth" meaning "house" and "gader" meaning "wall" or "enclosure". The name has a strong biblical association and may be of interest to parents looking for a unique and meaningful name for their child.
Beth-Gader has the following similar or variant Names
- Beth-Gader |
- Bethgader |
- Beth Gadara |
- Bethgadara |
- Beit Gader |
- Beit Gadara |
- Beitgadara |
- Bet Gader |
- Bet Gadara